Visually, there’s a wide range of alloys in sizes from 18 to 20-inches, including the Type IV rims in silver, two-tone Type IV BiColor and Type VIII BiColor in black or silver. A sport spring kit lowers the suspension by 25 mm, while the coilover option is more expensive but fully adjustable.
On the inside, AC Schnitzer can supply owners with AC a sports steering wheel, velour floor mats, ‘Black Line’ aluminium iDrive cover and handbrake cover, an aluminium pedal set and interesting gearknob complete with digital gear readout.
Performance upgrades for the diesel-engined cars see output from the 420d from 137 kW (184 hp) to 163 kW (218 hp), while petrolheads are catered for with the 428i model jumping from 183 kW (245 hp) to 219 kW (294 hp) and the 435i going from 228 kW (306 hp) to 268 kW (360 hp). There’s also a sportier rear muffler with chrome ‘Racing’ tailpipes.
[Source: AC Schnitzer]